S&B reports years ago used to be a legitimate business but is no longer so. I ordered a subscription several months ago, which promised weekly emails about sample sales in New York City, as well as access to their website. They took my money, and emailed me a passcode, but the passcode never worked and the emails were never sent. When searching on Google, talking to Amex about removing the charge, etc, I was given contact numbers for the company that no longer work (new york number has new company, number above is disconnected). I sent numerous emails to them (to addresses listed on my reciept, as well as the one listed on their website), to no response.
The thing that upsets me the most, is that someone out there continues to update their website weekly with free information about a few Sample Sales that week. Also, if you try to order a subscription today, the website seems ready to take your money, despite the fact that this appears to be a defunct company. Don't be fooled by this, they no longer exist, or perhaps its just one guy posting a few tidbits of info from his/her boat in Boca. Anyway, this sample sale information is now widely available elsewhere like on Daily Candy, Time Out, or Clothingline.com. So its no surprise that they are hanging by a thread, if not dead. Sorry Elysa Lazar if you're really dead. I mean no disrepect, in fact the reason i tried so hard to contact your company is because i heard it was great and really wanted the subscribtion